Changes in the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Beteiligungs AG

Dr Kai Andrejewski to replace Philipp Möller

Frankfurt/Main, 15 September 2022. A change is coming to the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Beteiligungs AG (DBAG): Philipp Möller has resigned from his office for personal reasons, with effect from 30 September 2022. In the future, Dr Kai Andrejewski will complete the six-member committee. The Supervisory Board resolved today to nominate Dr Andrejewski for election at DBAG’s next Annual General Meeting in February 2023.

Mr Möller is temporarily relocating outside of Germany and is therefore no longer able to execute his office. He was first elected to the Supervisory Board by the Annual General Meeting in March 2010, is a member of the Executive and Nomination Committee and has been Vice Chairman of the Supervisory Board since February 2020. “We very much regret Mr Möller’s departure,” commented Dr Hendrik Otto, Chairman of the DBAG Supervisory Board. “He has enriched our work over the years, not least through his experience as a family business owner.”

Dr Andrejewski, born in 1967, has been Chief Financial Officer of Sixt SE since 2021. He was previously Partner – and most recently Regional Head/Managing Partner South Region – at the international auditing firm KPMG, where he advised prominent Dax and M-Dax companies with global business activities. In 2011, Dr Andrejewski was appointed Professor Accounting and Auditing at the Private University of Applied Sciences in Göttingen.

The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Beteiligungs AG consists exclusively of shareholder representatives. Further information on the Supervisory Board and its members is available here